Charlie is a medium-sized, female, Huntaway X puppy, aged 8 months.Description:
Charlie is an 8 month old female huntaway x pup. She was bred by a guy out in Helensville as he needed another couple of working dogs on his farm. She has a really great drive to work. We’ve been training her to do all kinds of things, however our property just isn’t an adequate size for her she really needs to work and our other dog Fraser is getting a bit stressed out by her energy.Is Charlie used to children? Yes.
Is Charlie used to cats? Don’t know.
Is Charlie toilet-trained? Yes.
Is Charlie used to stock? Don’t know.
Is Charlie used to chickens? No.
How well does Charlie get on with other dogs? OK.
Charlie lives in Auckland, North Island.
A bit about Charlie’s personality:
Charlie is an awesome pup. Picked up commands really quickly. She’s been good around kids. We’re not sure about other animals, she’s been at Western Springs and doesn’t seem to take much notice of the ducks, swans and geese there. Hasn’t had any exposure to cats at all. She definitely took notice of the cattle and sheep at Cornwall Park while we were there. She’s a great dog I just think she needs a home where she can burn energy. We take her for two walking and training sessions each day, however she still has plenty more energy to burn. She’s also been a bit much for our other dog Fraser, he’s a pug and her energy is starting to stress him out quite a bit. So we think it’s fairer on both of them to rehome Charlie. She’s fully vaccinated, microchipped, registered. We haven’t had her de-sexed yet as we were told to wait to do that until she is 18 months old. Happy to answer any other questions that you have.
My name: Travis.
My e-mail address: email@example.com.
My phone number: 0212639895
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